- NOAA needs help finding beached marine mammals Updated: Apr-15-14 4:49 am
- Growth of California marine sanctuaries proposed Updated: Apr-14-14 6:30 pm
- Shorter red snapper season ahead for Gulf Coast Updated: Apr-10-14 7:23 pm
- Feds: No listing for Southeast herring Updated: Apr-02-14 4:36 pm
- Support for restored whaling ship's journey Updated: Mar-25-14 3:07 pm
- Fishing boats begin using electronic monitoring Updated: Mar-24-14 1:53 pm
- Drought and moderate flooding predicted for spring Updated: Mar-20-14 7:29 pm
- Spring forecast: Cool in North, still dry in West Updated: Mar-20-14 7:25 pm
PORTLAND, Maine - The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is still looking for a member organization for its Marine Mammal Stranding Network for the Massachusetts North Shore, Nantucket, and Martha's Vineyard.
SAN FRANCISCO - Federal officials on Monday proposed more than doubling the size of two marine sanctuaries off the Northern California coast, a move that would restrict the movements of cargo ships, aircraft and personal watercraft, and close the areas to oil and gas exploration.
NEW ORLEANS - Charter boat and recreational fishermen will have only 11 days beginning June 1 to reel in red snapper from federal waters in the Gulf of Mexico this year, down from 42 last year.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - There's an abundant number of Southeast Alaska Pacific herring, and the species doesn't warrant a listing under the Endangered Species Act, a federal agency announced Wednesday.
MYSTIC, Connecticut - A 19th century ship that sailed the globe hunting whales for their oil for decades has been restored and will sail the New England coast this summer to promote conservation strategies for the animals.
SITKA, Alaska - Ten fishing boats - five each from Sitka and Homer - are carrying electronic monitoring equipment as part of a pilot program to see if such tracking is more effective than having observers onboard in gathering data for fisheries management.
LOS ANGELES - The first day of spring? Some people in Maine were shoveling 6 inches of new snow. And in Michigan, college students couldn't even burn a snowman.
The first day of spring? Some people in Maine were shoveling 6 inches of new snow. And in Michigan, college students couldn't even burn a snowman.